Energy Transition Risks
Transition risks are business-related risks that will occur as society moves towards a lower carbon economy. For example, some sectors of the economy could face never-before-seen efficiencies and growth opportunities, and other sectors could face much higher costs of doing business, including declining market share. Most organizations will fall somewhere in between and face a combination of increased costs and opportunities.
Matrix is currently supporting our clients to develop and implement their strategies as they transition towards a lower carbon economy, often considering technologies for which regulatory frameworks are not yet established.
Examples of our planning, permitting and feasibility assessment services for transition projects include:
- Wind, solar, and hydro power generation (and integrated battery energy storage systems)
- Lithium reserve characterization and facility planning
- Production, distribution, and storage of hydrogen, ammonia, and methanol
- Carbon capture, utilization, and storage facilities (including transportation networks)